Since 1995. Under the direction of drama teacher Tamara Zinck, selected drama students are each assigned one of Mount Holly’s interred to portray. The students then write a four minute monologue or duet scene based on their research. Local costume designer Debi Manire creates historically accurate costumes for each character. Student tour guides will escort groups from gravesite to gravesite while educating them about the cemetery’s 175 year history. Although it takes place the same month as Halloween, the event is meant to be historic rather than spooky. Guests are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes that will allow them to traverse the sometimes uneven paths through the cemetery. There will be tours on both the north and south sides of the cemetery both lining up at the east gate. Mount Holly Cemetery is located at 1200 South Broadway in Little Rock, Arkansas. Admission is free to the public; however, donations to Mount Holly Cemetery are appreciated. Tours, lasting approximately 45 minutes, will begin at 6pm.